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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) originated in the Near East and has been grown for centuries in China, India and North Africa... Preparations made from the florets are thought to benefit the circulatory system, whilst yellow and red dyes extracted from the florets were once used to colour food and clothing... GRDC Raising The Bar With Better Safflower Agronomy < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Raising the Bar With Better Safflower Agronomy..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
I believe a key factor in the success of many of today's leading agricultural enterprises has been their ability to have their children acquire an education and experience that will equips them to make a meaningful contribution to the business... Early harvesting of grains has the potential to increase yields and grain quality in Australian grain growing areas... Previous research found the losses in wheat ranged from 0.18-2.5% of yield per day that harvest is delayed...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
I believe a key factor in the success of many of today's leading agricultural enterprises has been their ability to have their children acquire an education and experience that will equips them to make a meaningful contribution to the business... Early harvesting of grains has the potential to increase yields and grain quality in Australian grain growing areas... Previous research found the losses in wheat ranged from 0.18-2.5% of yield per day that harvest is delayed...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Trial 1: Comparison of summer weed control using Coarse and Extremely Coarse Spray Qualities at 40L/ha and 60L/Ha using a commercial tank mix in CQ, November 2006... ROUNDUP CT @ 50L/HA COMPARED WITH SPRAYSEED @ 70L/HA USING VARIOUS SPRAY QUALITIES - Darling Downs, December 2007 Treatments (7 treatments replicated 3 times) Sprayed treatments received either Roundup CT @ 800 mL/Ha + LI700 @ 100mL/100L in 50L/Ha total application volume or SpraySeed @ 800mL/ha in 70L/ha total application volume applied at a travel speeds of 16-18 kph using a tractor mounted 12 m boom set at a height to achieve double overlap at the target... EFFECT OF TWO ADJUVANT TYPES ON THE EFFICACY OF SUB-LETHAL RATES OF ROUNDUP CT WITH TWO SPRAY QUALITIES ON A RANGE OF SUMMER WEEDS - Wee Waa, December, 2007 Treatments (7 treatments replicated 3 times) All sprayed treatments received Roundup CT @ 500 mL/Ha with or without an additional adjuvant applied at a travel speed of 20 kph using a tractor mounted 12 m boom set at a height to achieve double overlap at the target...
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